On Sunday, TLW & I went out for a birthday lunch for an old friend from uni. Being that sort of person, we arrived first (i.e., on time) and had a little sit down to peruse the menu while we waited for everyone else to turn up. During this little perusal I basically decided upon what to have, out of a very extensive menu. My reasoning for having this was that I’d not had either of the choices before; they were quite unusual options, especially for a cheap Sunday lunch.
When the birthday girl arrived, however, one of the first things that she said to me was “They have [my choice] here! I thought you’d like it!”. Oh dear. It seems that my decision, some years ago, to not let random food slip by has been noticed, and that unpredictably odd choices are now entirely predictable.
And I’m OK with that.
I’m glad to say that my choices panned out, and that I’d heartedly recommend both the quail starter and the goat with lemongrass main at Mien Tay.